Gravity and Grace
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The setting is stark and simple - no flowers, buddhas, colourful yoga mats and branded clothing to be seen - but that is as it should be because the focus is on the inner world as the four yogis (two men and two women) move with such grace into each asana. Just watching the practice is enough to make one move into the inner sanctum of the present moment. It is appealing both aesthetically and spiritually. Black clothing, mats and glowing healthy flesh purified through the tapas of practice. Simplicity itself.
The instructions are easy to follow though admittedly the asanas are not always easy to achieve. The instructions, as you might expect, focus on soft breathing in the posture as well as the placement of each body part and he also mentions the inner body which is vital in order to go really deep into yoga. The inner focus is unparallelled in other yoga DVDs I have seen. This DVD is for those who have practised yoga for some time (quite a few 'pretzel' postures that not everyone will be able to achieve) and so the DVD presents a lot of challenges which is what you need to keep your practice fresh.Read more ›
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Peter is a great instructor- lots of depth to his instructions. The asanas are quite out of reach for your average yogi (and I have been practicing for 17 years). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Gilda G
When film Director Mikki Willis asked me to score this project, I knew nothing about yoga. For years, I had intended to start, but never got around to it. Read morePublished on September 1, 2010 by S. Balcomb